YOLTA delivers high-quality, on-demand injection molded parts.
YOLTA Business is divided into two areas, Production of products and production of mould.
We have own metal production that we can produce all metal items, punching bending and machining. We can produce finished product and semi-manufactured products and items.
YOLTA have established areas for assembly, electronic and assembly areas for more heavy products.
We are servicing following industries/areas.
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We have location for test and measuring.
We pack many products directly into the sales packaging after measuring and testing the products.
We are sure we can fulfill all the demands of our customers. We are experienced in establishing specific test equipment for test of the products, before packing and displacement to the customer.
We are always open to discuss our customer’s demands for products, so we can deliver a full product package, including production, assembly and packaging.
Injection Molding Processes
-Thermoplastic Injection Molding
YOLTA delivers top quality plastic injection molded parts in as little as 10 business days. Our facility can help you design and manufacture tools, dies, and molds for rapid tooling for prototyping to advanced mold making for production runs. Full injection molding capabilities including insert molding, over-molding, unlimited undercuts, and internal/external threads are available.
YOLTA also offers insert molding as part of its injection molding capabilities. We can even use our CNC machining services to produce custom metal and plastic inserts to integrate into the part. For a free insert molding design review and quote, upload your CAD files. Our expert team of injection molders will get back to you within 24 hours.
With overmolding, one material, usually a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE/TPV), is molded onto a second material, which is often a rigid plastic. Think about your toothbrush handle where the single piece has both rigid and rubbery components. It’s a great way to make plastic parts perform and look better.
Injection Molding materials, including plastics, Elastomers and Synthetic Rubbers, Silicone Rubber